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FOX News
Oct 18, 2013 3:00am PDT
quote and talk about it because "fox & friends" starts now. >> happy birthday, steve, and all your friend here wish you the best. >> thank you very much. >> happy birthday tomorrow, steve. >> thank you very much. elisabeth has already given me my birthday president for tomorrow. >> which is? >> i haven't opened it up yet. where's yours? >> i'm going to give you cash again.
FOX News
Oct 15, 2013 3:00am PDT
quote 're watching "fox & friends." >>steve: joe is a friend of ours. welcome aboard, folks, live in studio e in midtown, manhattan. of course you'reñr notñr interested in us. you're wondering whether or not the government is going to continue to close down. the president yesterday was doing his best to scare the markets, but it looks like at the 11th hour a deal could be close. >> that's right. there's a possible framework being built up right now in the senate. they are looking to reopen the government until january 15, 2014. >> through the holidays. we'll be back in this mess. >> debt limit extension until mid-february. then the obamacare provision that must verify obamacare applicants before they receive subsidies. in thousands of pages that
FOX Business
Oct 20, 2013 2:00am EDT
. steve forbes. rick unger. mike osanian. rich karlgaard. and john tandy. was obamacare the bigger or the loser? >> it's a big loser because it will be implemented. make no mistake this is the obama's administration vietnam for the adolescent approach for healthcare. obama at the end of the administration will wish ted cruz and the republicans succeeded to defund it because they would have said obama and the foolish legislation from their themselves. >> rick, it was hard to avoid some of the headlines. i know the debt deal got a lot of attention. the shotdown got a lot of attention. when robert -- robert gibbs says it's excruciatingly notice. >> it's the first week. what can i tell you? i expect we'll see a headline graphic coming up showing that in oregon 10%, the amount of people who are uninsured in oregon was reduced by 10% last week. a big number. california, 600,000 people now getting health coverage that didn't have it before. there are some victories in the states. the launch of the federal website, a disaster. you know what? it will get fixed. >> steve, actually, we can on
PBS
Oct 16, 2013 12:00am PDT
steve mcqueen. his latest film is based on the real-life experience of a free man that spent more than a decade as a slave after being kidnapped from his home in new york state. the movie is touted as a front- runner for major awards this year and is being referenced with other films like the butler , about the complexity of the african-american experience. we are glad you have joined us with director steve mcqueen. coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. directoritish-born steve mcqueen decided to tackle the story of a freeman forced into slavery after being kidnapped from his home in new york state because he felt that the horror of slavery would told from anen african-american point of view. it is generating outstanding reviews and is touted as a front-runner. >> we get traveling. or we are going to die trying. survival is not about certain death, it is about keeping your head down. we are lost. i want to survive. i want to live. tavis: there were so many questions that came to mind. in no particular order, how does a story
WHUT
Oct 16, 2013 7:30am EDT
angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with the rector steve mcqueen. his latest film is based on the real-life experience of a free man that spent more than a decade as a slave after being kidnapped from his home in new york state. the movie is touted as a front- runner for major awards this year and is being referenced with other films like the butler , about the complexity of the african-american experience. we are glad you have joined us with director steve mcqueen. coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. directoritish-born steve mcqueen decided to tackle the story of a freeman forced into slavery after being kidnapped from his home in new york state because he felt that the horror of slavery would told from anen african-american point of view. it is generating outstanding reviews and is touted as a front-runner. >> we get traveling. or we are going to die trying. survival is not about certain death, it is about keeping your head down. we are lost. i want to survive. i want to live. tavis: there were so man
MSNBC
Oct 18, 2013 5:00pm PDT
mean, eliminate israel. >> one of those. that was congressman steve stockman, republican from texas, talking about the shutdown. he voted to keep it shutdown, voted for default. he's got a little secret we're going to let you in on that shows what he and his party are really about. next. [ ship horn blows ] no, no, no! stop! humans. one day we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... not so much. but that's okay -- you're covered with great ideas like optional better car replacement from liberty mutual insurance. total your car and we give you the money to buy one a model year newer. learn about it at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >>> i have taken a long time to prepare the following very special demonstration, so please pay close attention. this is the official miley cyrus facebook fan page. it has close to 32 million fans. next up, some unverified miley cyrus fan page called miley cyrus period. about 613,000 fans and now for the country specific site, miley cyrus venezuela, 178,000 fans. so, i bet you're wondering h
Univision
Oct 22, 2013 5:35am PDT
persona en particular, como la sucesora del fundador de la empresa apple, steve jobs, una humilde estudiante mexicana de doce aÑos. alejandro roldan, nos trae su historia. >>> paloma noyola tiene doce aÑos, estudia la secundaria, obtuvo la mejor calificaciÓn en matemÁticas en una prueba que son sometidos los mexicanos en todo el paÍs, se seÑalÓ por una revista estadounidense especializada en tecnologÍa como la sucesora de steve jobs. >>> muy encantada por la comparaciÓn que hicieron de s steve jobs, me gusta y quiero salir adelante. >>> actualmente la mamÁ de paloma tiene que sortear dificultades econÓmicas para poder costear sus estudios. ya que desde que el padre muriÓ, y el gobierno le retirÓ la beca de 40 dÓlares mensuales, se ven en una situaciÓn economica muy difÍcil. >>> siempre platicaba con ella, y decÍa que dice, mi hija, quiero que vaya a la escuela, que siempre estudie, no deje de estudiar, porque el dÍa que yo falte no quiero que usted quede desamparada. que usted salga adelante. >>> sergio juÁrez, profesor de paloma implementÓ el mÉtodo educativo
FOX
Oct 16, 2013 12:00pm PDT
is to showcase apple's forward thinking. >> good afternoon. it was the dream of steve jobs to have this campus built. last night, the cupertino city council made a major step forward to make that happen. now, this morning we're learning that not only will this be technologically advanced but environmentally advanced as well. the city council approved the plan last night. once completed, it will be as high as 60 feet tall and will be close to 2.8 million square feet. there will be 14,000 employees. the building will be environmentally friendly with 70% of electricity coming from solar and fuel cells, the rest of the energy will come from other green sources. not one adam of caution will come -- carbon would come from the building. >> i think steve would be very, very proud today. steve loved apple. he started apple in cupertino. as he said at this podium two years ago when he presented the vision of apple campus 2, he wanted it to be in cupertino. >> reporter: while there's overwhelming support for the campus, the city says there may be an increase in traffic, an issue that apple has worked out
FOX Business
Oct 19, 2013 12:00am EDT
but want to keep it real from a money perspective. >>> next on "money," steve cohen's sec scandal could be ending with a deal in the works. hard to belief he is caving. >>> making money in ways you never thought of. south korea as a safe haven? he says yes. but we have five things that you may have never ever considered. they're even crazier. keep it right here. m.o. "money" straight ahead.ñ7 melissa: so we can hardly believe it but looks like hedge fund heavyweight sac capital is caving. steve cohen's firm reportedly raising the white flag to the feds agreeing to pay a penalties more than a billion dollars. details out saying the fine would be biggest ever in insider trading case but could be worth it to cohen since might keep him out of jail. here to break it all down business law attorney seth barren swag. and our own charlie gasparino who has been on this from the beginning. is this over, charlie? is this the end of the line? >> i don't think it's a big deal. justice department wants two billion out of him. they want some concession of guilt. this is guilt of the firm. has nothin
WHUT
Oct 16, 2013 8:00am EDT
that steve mcqueen did it, but why didn't somebody stateside do this. >> i don't know and i don't really care. i think it is a waste of time. we can talk about something more tangible and more worthy and more practical. i was just reading in the new york times a piece where you recorded the subject of barack obama came up. thatnotion of the fact there have been any number of films from the help to the butler. the article for those that did not see it, the sense of how with obamaas to do allowing these films to be made at the timing of it. people wanting to talk. it allows authority. it doesn't stop. all kinds of problems and all kind of stories can be told. >> give me a sense of the way you chose to shoot this. two or three scenes come to mind on the face for a while. you wanted us to stay present. >> there is a one-shot sequence. it is much more interesting. you can sort of exhaled. i want to detention to be kept up at that moment until the end cuthe scene when she is down after she has been beaten. the whole idea for me of that technique is because it was hand and glove. it was swimming fas
FOX
Oct 18, 2013 5:00am PDT
coming down. here is sal. >>> steve, obviously today with the bart strike with bart trains not rink, the roads will be more crowded and we will help you through that. right now we are looking at the commute and it is still relatively good. the best we can hope for is the commute is evenly spaced out. at 5:00 we have a little bit of a backup at the toll plaza with no major problems. we're also looking at the commute now the traffic on the san mateo bridge looks good heading out to the high-rise. so we don't have a lot going on there. if you are looking at concord and walnut creek that traffic is looking. in the inner core of the bay area we are looking good on 880, 580 and 238. let's go back to the desk. >>> topping our news this morning, of course the worse fears the bay area commuters come true. bart workers are on strike. shutting down the entire system for the second time in three months. trains stopped running early this morning leaving hundreds of thousands of bay area commuters scrambling for other ways to get to work. we had team coverage for you this morning. ktvu alex savid
FOX News
Oct 16, 2013 1:00pm PDT
, is it a raw deal for taxpayers? as it does nothing to address this nation's massive debt. to steve moore and former budget director on under president bush jim necessary sell. steve to you first. i have breaking news here. heritage action and club for growth of which you were a founding member, i believe. >> um-huh. >> they have both come out and said don't vote for this thing in the house. and the club for growth says we will punish people, congress people who vote for it. what do you say? >> well, this isn't exactly the hindenburg but it's pretty bad for the republicans. i mean, the real end result here is we have had had two weeks of a government shut june. a big debate about obama care. i think it's been a fruitful debate. but at the end of the day when you ask the question what do conservatives and republicans really get out of this? really nothing. we are going to raise the debt ceiling. we are going to continue to borrow and spend. that's what washington wants to do. and, look, i am one who believes that this 11th hour we had to get a deal. i didn't want to go over this debt ceili
FOX
Oct 17, 2013 7:00am PDT
a little extra time. >>> let's go to steve. >> all right, sal. thank you. clear skies, sunny and warm. very quiet week. even the coast is on upper 70s to near 80. could be a little hint of a wind shift instead of being east or northeast turning more westerly. i haven't seen it yet. we'll ease into that. a little cooler by the coast. santa rosa and napa. 57. a few upper 40s and 50s. fairfield 47. two days ago san francisco made it to 78. yesterday made it to 80. if the west wind kicks in, this won't make it. every observation showing component of easterly breeze. the higher clouds are diving to southern california. a little haze. slightly cooler coast. upper 70s, low 80s, not changing too much. things are on hold for another couple days. back to the desk. >> thank you, steve. >>> also happening now, they are still talking in the bart labor dispute. the he negotiations that began yesterday morning are still going on. bart trains will run today. we don't know if the sides are getting close to a deal. tara joins us live. >> reporter: we know we're in the 21st hour at this point. and the two s
FOX News
Oct 18, 2013 10:00am PDT
was not a threat. >>> can president obama hit the re- start button here at home or will we? steve laser host of making sense of steve hasser. gentlemen, hello. matt? i don't know. i was thinking about the press conference and statement about washington getting its act together. what did you think of that? >> it would be nice for him to take on a leadership role and bring people together as he promised running for president. and try to solve the big problems that are going on with the debt, with the economy, and with obama care. >> steve, what will he do? >> he has to strike and come up with a deal to a rert the crieses for happening again. i think the president's position is more difficult. he has a popular boost from the way things transpired, he has two negotiating partners instead of one. is this policy acceptable to the tea party wing or established wing of the republican party. his position has become more difficult. >> you think so. i think you are the first person who talked that way. >> it is easier to negotiate with one instead of two. and those folks who are inclined to work with t
NBC
Oct 20, 2013 9:00am PDT
know, i love bringing this up. steve and i really had very little plan when we started. we really didn't. we just wanted to create a place. this is a velocity. that's all a credit to steve's engineering. we wanted to create a place that would be easy for anyone to show up, submit a good link, submit a good comment and get internet points. >> it didn't turn into a sewer for trolls which frequently these things can. >> it was a lot of -- we gave a lot of dams. i hope i'm allowed to say that. >> go. >> we wanted to make sure that we never put advertisers above the user experience. we wanted to make sure that we always erred on the side of doing right by our user base. and i think people really respect that. one of the things i stress to entrepreneurs all over the country, for so many incumbents, they've lost sight of treating users well. it's a huge advantage even if we're two nobodies. >> quentin -- one of the things i heard in quentin's question, reddit's a happy place. even when they're arguing. it comes across to me as a happy place. >> arguably. >> he hasn't been -- two dragons. ther
CBS
Oct 18, 2013 5:30pm PDT
are increasing. elaine quijano reports. and steve hartman "on the road,." >> looking for coffee orders. >> reporter: with the seven-year coffee break. how dan dewey ordered an extra shot of kindness for strangers in need. >> that's all you need is just a smile. and i have a memory bank full of wonderful smiles. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. usually, the news is about what happened today, but sometimes it's about what happened years ago that we only found out about today. and that's how we begin the broadcast tonight with new revelations about dick cheney. for eight years, he was just a heartbeat from the presidency, but his own heart was in far worse shape than the country knew. he had his fourth heart attack just two months before he became vice president. and in a new book, cheney says a device designed to prevent another heart attack actually made him vulnerable to a terrorist attack. dr. sanjay gupta on assignment for "60 minutes" sat down with cheney and his cardiologist, jonathan reiner, as they talked about
FOX
Oct 15, 2013 4:30am PDT
steve paulson is here and there's no change for the rest of the week. >> not a thing. i'm going home. >> you're done. >> send that message to the control. just record this play back for the next four hours. i'm just teasing. there's hardly a cloud, i mean really. a friend of mine watches us in l. a., so streaming. she does. i know, she does. there's a little bit of fog down there, but that's about it. we don't have anything going on here. it's quiet. there's an offshore breeze, along with a big dome of pressure which is large and this charge. there's hardly a difference between coast bay and inland. 41 in santa rosa now. a lot of 50s and 40s. santa rosa a cold morning. i'm penciling in 38 here at 7 a.m. they'll warm up 74 to 83. it will probably be 80 in town anyway. 25, i'm sure we'll get 30s in lake county. i haven't heard from chloe in lakes. they were 35 yesterday on the low. the west coast is under a dome. it will be warm, sunshine for everybody. really nice on the coast. cold lows and then warmer afternoon highs. 60s; no, there will be a lot of 70s, 80s and a few low to mid- 80
FOX
Oct 17, 2013 4:30am PDT
will return to the bart talks in a moment. first we begin with traffic and weather. steve paulsen here. >> did you make it to the beach? >> i didn't make it to the beach. i wanted to. >> i was in the produce section thinking, i thought you and steve were going to santa cruz. >> of course. we do have clear skies. a little fog out there but it's not on the coast yet. it's just kind of lurking out there. i don't think it's going to do too much. i can still see a easterly component in san francisco. so they don't have a west wind. how is it going to make it unless that turns a little? it may. sunny and warm this week and also today. i do think we topped it out two days ago. now, we get a little easterly breeze but there has been slight little turns. it will still be in the 70s. upper 70s to very low 80s. so slightly cooler. 40 napa. i know other locations are in the 40s. 58 in san francisco. 41 ukiah. 49 sacramento. this is one of those patterns where it's warmer on the coast in many areas like sacramento because it's that kind of a pattern. we do have some clouds. things are trying to change a li
CNBC
Oct 18, 2013 6:00am EDT
cpi. steve liesman, of course, and all these numbers are going to join us 8:30 eastern time with more on what we can expect. before we do all of that, michelle has this morning's top stories. >> andrew, do that again what you did with the fear index. >> ooh, the fear index. >> it sounded like homer simple standard operating procedure, it was really funny. >>> in global news, china's economy glooe grew 7.8% in the third quarter. in line with expectations. but the country's sta.ic bureau said growth showed signs of slowing in september. speaking of china, chinese computermaker lenovo has signed a nondisclosure deal to examine blackberry's book. but the company reportedly faces regulatory obstacles if it bids for all of the company. it is said to be likely to pursue parts of blackberry. bank of america reportedly considering a plan to introduce a checking account that curbs overdraft practices. "the wall street journal" says the plan will not allow customers to overdraw their balances at an atm or when making an automatic bill payment. no word on whether bofa is considering boosting fees
Comedy Central
Oct 16, 2013 9:30am PDT
with you. >> stephen: you're that dude! (laughter) >> pretty good way to start. >> stephen: you're steve car rel. -- carell. mr. finkle, thank you so much. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: the book is thank you for your service. we'll be right back. >> stephen: thank you, that's it for the report, everybody. but before we go i want to thank mike, myelin lee, mandy and audra mcdonald for rocking it. here's the good new, audra mcdonald had a concert at the library of congress but it got cancelled because of the shutdown. so she is available to sing at your wedding. captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org radio: 93-three, wmmr. back to the preston and steve show. listen up. we have got to open up the phone lines. the first listener who can correctly answer our stupid trivia question of the day is gonna get to come down to the flyers game with us tomorrow night and take a shot from center ice. (puck clinks, cheering) now, if you make it, you win two vip passes to the 93-three wmmr beach house for our start of summer blowout. who would w
FOX
Oct 17, 2013 9:30am PDT
in the crotch now. >> this is steve and he is on a frozen lake in east greenland in a speedo, no diving gear, no air tank, one breath and this video is breaking the guinness world record, swimming 250 feet. >> this is part of a two-part series called "the man who doesn't breathe." >> that's airing wednesday october 30th and wednesday november 6th on discovery channel in denmark. watch how far he swims under the ice now. >> he swam by that hole. i thought he was dumb. >> at this point i'm so numb. i find the perfect balance between arm and breast stroke kick. >> he also said that the exit, looking for that hole and coming up in the right spot is the most dangerous moment. >> hope flip have i time from my training and i -- >> hopefully. that's impressive. wluch touch cold water like that, it immediately takes your breath away. then when he gets to the hole, he's like so calm. i would bee m out of here! apparently his lung capacity is 14. most people have 5 or 6. and this is another day he's wearing a wet suit and fins, one breath, 500 feet. >> he did this 24 hours later? >> the next day he did
PBS
Oct 21, 2013 7:00pm EDT
to the trio used to chant before concerts. >> and steve corell played one of the most annoying characters. >> on a scale of 1 to 10, what do you think you are? >> 6. >> i think you're a 3. >> best kept secret of this year's movie crop, the way, way back. >> i'm afraid i have to ask you to leave. you're having way too much fun. it is making everybody uncomfortable. >> steve plays the stepfather after shy 14-year-old who goes on summer vacation with his family. the boy find a friend, and you'll be happy you bought or rented it. >> speaking of hot, there is no actress hotter than sandra bullock. her film "gravity" is out of this world big. and she is a front-runner for oscars. let's look at america's sweetheart by the numbers. >> explorer's been hit. do you read me? >> 6801 hollywood boulevard is where sandra bullock's star on the hollywood walk of fame is located. she is the only actress to ever win for best actress for razzie for worst actress in the same year. oscar was for "the blindside." the razzie for "all about steve." a lifetime gross of bullock's films. how many movies with keanu r
Al Jazeera America
Oct 19, 2013 10:00pm EDT
a huge profit. is its ceo jeff bezos more like steve jobs than his pleasant public personae would suggest. i'm antonio mora, welcome to cr. the government -- "consider this" the government open after a shutdown. the fight over obamacare, is far from over. >> vice president joe biden delivered morning muffins at the environmental protection agencies thursday. some politicians expressed relief saying lessons have been learnt. >> you'll see a more mainstream conservative party. i don't think we'll have the same brinksmanship on 15 january and februaryth. >> others vowed to stop obamacare. >> i'm not going away. this issue is not going away. i'll use every opportunity on the senate floor to get a vote - up or down vote on the issue. >> president obama seized the opportunity to blame republicans and tea party conservatives for the government shutdown and fizzal crisis. >> some of the same folks pushing for the shutdown claim their actions were needed to get america on the right track to make sure they are strong. probably nothing has done more damage to america's credibility in the world, our
FOX Business
Oct 15, 2013 12:00am EDT
'm talking toou right now. >>> plus, how bad are things for sac's steve cohen? he is selling some of the most valuable art onhe planet. it is all the wordn wall street. we've got the inside scoop. have a couple million? could you get a bargain. >> "who made money today." he could soon be new king of your tv. stay tuned to find out who it is. even when they say it is not it is aays about money. adam: there is word crossing headlines that an actual deal will be president the to the repuican conference in the senate at 100 a.m. hope is on the horizon that ourlected officials in washington, d.c. will end the impasse and finalize a deal. the tentative plan increases the debt limit through february 15th. does that mean we're just right back here in the same place in four months? joining with us latest developmen is senator rog wick a member of t senate budget committee. thanyou for taking tim out of what i a crazy period in washington to be with us and explain to us why four months fromow we won't be rightack where we are today? >> oka this interview was scheduled a lot earlier today. we didn't kno
FOX
Oct 21, 2013 5:00am PDT
. there is a quiet pattern. fog, sun, cool coast warm inland. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. you know there are no bart trains today. the traffic will be busier today. it will be busier in my opinion than it would be on friday. let's go and look at some of the pictures. bay bridge for example is already filled in now and on friday we didn't have this. moving along and staking a look at interstate 880 north and southbound. the traffic is moving nicely. we have seen more cars on the roads where there are bart stations. this traffic looks pretty good. 680 southbound is already getting busy. let's go back to the desk. >> as you heard sal say we expect a lot of traffic in the monday morning commute and jammed freeways. sunlen serfaty live in oakland now. near the bart picket line. and there are new developments between bart and the big unions. what is going on alex? >> >> reporter: bart board of directors scheduled an emergency meeting. they want to discuss the on going labor negotiations and slated for 3:00 this afternoon. it will be closed to the public. meantime we are moving into day f
FOX
Oct 22, 2013 5:00am PDT
but charter buses are. >> good morning. good to be back. let's check in with steve to see what the weather is going to be like as the commuters start hitting the roads. >> encounter thick fog. we have a dense fog advisory until 9:00. some of the fog is thick. also thickens up here as we get going the next couple hours. thick fog still warming. cool cold by the beaches except towards santa cruz. they won't be that warm. 70s and 80s. 40s and 50s, a little chill and reduced visibility because of the fog. the mornings are cool. san francisco it was near 80. today we'll go 59 for a high and currently 49 degrees. a lot of lows all over the place. the fog is in place. not going anywhere any time soon. temperatures a big difference. 50s to low and mid 80s. we're well out of summer. here's sal. >> we have a new crash. my friend dan on his way to work at the radio station saw it. and he texted me and i saw it on my screen here. let's go right to the bay bridge toll plaza. there is a crash right there in the middle there westbound right in the fastrak lanes. traffic is backing up around it. the traff
FOX
Oct 21, 2013 9:00am EDT
she did that. we have expert steve back here to explain what this means. >> in a counter measure situation a person is changing or altering their breathing in an attempt to disguise or alter the results of the test >> kirk: what was she doing? >> she was taking really deep breathing her breath for a long period of time and shallow breaths instead of a normal rhythm that we display when we are breathing >> kirk: did you explain that to her? and try and get her -- >> yes, i have to assume that maybe she is just nervous or uncomfortable. so i gave her ideas how to fix the problem. and she ignored those directions. and at a later time i was able breathing pattern to show me that everything she had done during the test was on purpose >> kirk: and the only reason someone would do this is the truth would not come out. she is trying to hide something doesn't want to fail the test? >> that is correct >> you've seen this before? >> oh, yeah. >> kirk: jada what do you have to say? >> i never did anything with your friend. the test did not say nothing >> it's saying you were nervous >> i was
WHUT
Oct 16, 2013 6:00pm EDT
mayor cory booker is leading in the polls against his republican rival, steve lonegan, a former mayor of bogota and former state director of the koch-backed americans for prosperity. new jersey republican governor chris christie called the special election at a projected cost of $24 million rather than waiting three weeks until election day when he himself is up for re-election. and the actor and activist harry belafonte is suing the children of his close friend dr. martin luther king jr. the dispute centers on three documents belafonte tried to put up for auction in 2008 order to benefit a nonprofit that works with street gangs. the documents include king's outline for a speech on vietnam and notes that were in his pocket when he was assassinated. belafonte says they given to him rightfully by king and others. but they have been in legal limbo after king's heirs claimed they were taken without permission, one of several attempts by the heirs to reclaim control of king's documents. belafonte is now asking a federal court to uphold his rightful ownership. he told the new york times quo
CNBC
Oct 15, 2013 12:00pm EDT
participated-in rally. >> steve liesman is here with us, because, steve, what the market is also telling us, at least a good part of the market, is that it's nervous and getting more nervous, and we can look at the t-bill auction for the latest evidence of that. >> exactly. i don't -- >> talk to us about that. >> i don't want to contradict josh here. what josh said was the case of the fixed-income market up until this auction, and now we start seeing concern about the situation beyond default. what had happened, guys, is you saw spikes in the treasury markets, time to when the market thought there would be default. we did a one-month and six-month today, and it spiked out beyond what we consider to be the window. so that .21, it's not a lot, but it's the highest one-month t-bill rate we've seen in about three, four years now. the six-month t-bill, the highest since about february. so it's really -- it's a risk-aversion that's going beyond the default date out to a little bit further. i mean, those spikes, again, not big numbers, but if i didn't tell you what the numbers were, you'd see that
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2013 4:00pm PDT
steve jobs type who they know can fix the problem within days if not hours. are they looking around for someone like that? >> so they've got a huge group of these people. they won't tell me who they are. they say maybe later. they call them the tech surge. they brought in a bunch of people. some from inside government led by the white house guy named todd park. very bright guy. they're very effective. they're on it. but they also have a lot of people from outside. folks who are very strong tech people. but it should be said, this isn't a thing where somebody can just come in in a day or a couple of days just because they're real smart and redo it. it is such an incredible massive code. you're dealing with 500 million lines of code. at least 5 million of which are compromised. you do need people who have experience in these areas and get up to speed on it quickly. so they are bringing outside folks, but it isn't just really smart people they need. they need people who have experience on these kinds of interoperating systems. that is who they're looking for now. >> aneesh, last questi
CBS
Oct 15, 2013 3:35am EDT
entertaining, man. i tell you what. i appreciate you. we'll be right back. [applause] >> coming up next, steve's favorite mystery millionaire returns with a special request. >> i actually had another version that said forward by steve harvey but i didn't want to take any chances. >> you won't believe how steve grants her wish. >> you are the best support for women entrepreneurs everywhere since control top panty hose. i've got you right here and i've untamed fruit flavor. jolly rancher. i create my unique looke new l'oreal super slim liner point 4 millimeter precision and control lets you go subtle or striking a pigment so rich my ultimate perfection the new super slim liner. from l'oreal paris it's not a candy bar. 130 calories 7 grams of protein the fiber one caramel nut protein bar. >> well, everybody, my next guest is another friend of the show. she was here earlier this season sharing some of her success secrets on becoming a millionaire. well, since then her drive and determination has led to even more successes. please welcome the creator of the million dollar slob proof paint pen and t
FOX News
Oct 16, 2013 6:00am PDT
. rebecca's mom sat down with our own steve harrigan this morning and he joins us now live from newport richie, florida, with more on this. steve, hard to imagine what this family is going through. how are they coping? >> reporter: martha, it's bizarre too that these online malicious postings continue, even after the suicide of this 12-year-old girl. it has been devastating to the family of we sat down with the victim's mother just a few minutes ago. she broke down. she said, one month after the suicide the pain now is even worse. >> she left a big hole. shoe really did. all beginning because of the arrest, it kind of opened -- >> yeah. >> kind of opened up the wound and made it fresh again. >> reporter: yeah. >> but in, at the same time it brings some kind of relief because it's, they're finally listening. i hate, really hate that it took this happening before people started listening because it was serious before. >> reporter: the family has moved here from lakeland and they are hoping to get grief counseling very soon. martha? martha: your heart just breaks for that mother and what a
FOX
Oct 21, 2013 7:00am PDT
's check weather and traffic. steve's right over there. >>> we have a lot of fog. the base is around 200 to 700. it's very slow. some of it is very thick t will play into a cooler forecast by the coast. parts of the bay, inland if you have the fog, it will burn off sooner. 70s, 80s. there's a ton of fog out there for this time of year. last week it was 70s, 80s by the coast. it won't be the case this week. temperatures in the 80s for some. there will be a low approaching the coast on friday. but i think it will spin in hue clouds and that's about it. fog or sun by noon. fog or soon, either cool, mild warm. 40s, 50s. inland temperatures going down. santa rosa, 46. san jose overcast and 593 -- and 53. high pressure is here. it looks like it's not going anywhere any time soon. our pattern is on hold, if you will. fog or sun. cool for some if you have the fog, it will be warm inland. temperatures in the upper 70s or 80s. by the beaches, 50s and 60s. here's sal. >>> steve, we have more people on the road today. we kind of knew this would happen. highway 24 is slow from walnut creek right from
FOX News
Oct 18, 2013 3:00am PDT
to give that story and talk about it because "fox & friends" starts now. >> happy birthday, steve, and all your friend here wish you the best. >> thank you very much. >> happy birthday tomorrow, steve. >> thank you very much. elisabeth has already given me my birthday president for tomorrow. >> which is? >> i haven't opened it up yet. where's yours? >> i'm going to give you cash again. >> i just got a paycheck from a congressman in new jersey. >> it will be a three-hour celebration of your birthday. have you met that mayor? >> no. i was long gone. interestingly enough, the hospital i was born at in algona, iowa, was the same hospital that stuart varney's wife was born in. deb was born in the same hospital. >> how did that come up? >> i don't know. >> i guess when you're playing tennis in your all-white outfits in new jersey. where was your wife born? i don't know. where was your wife born? >> i saw you with your posse, the guys hanging around with the beer and the whiskey. i saw ted on tv and it looks like ted is trying out for "duck dynasty." >> both of whom i love. "duck dynasty" and the
Al Jazeera America
Oct 16, 2013 1:00am EDT
. steve jobs being the other natural comparison. it's not just online shopping. he has changed way we read, the kindle, and with the cloud services they're changing the way companies in silicon valley in particular, run their businesses on servers. >> he has done so much. he started with the books. he has gone to the toys and all these other things out there. he's been getting in the supermarket, online you can buy your stuff and get it delivered to your house. but he also--part of his focus has really been from a corporate standpoint on the consumer, focusing on consumer satisfaction rather than profits. how has he managed because the company has rarely turned a significant profit. >> it hasn't always worked. at the beginning . >> but its getting bigger and bigger. >> investors love the land rush and expansion but then for five or six years amazon was just pummeled, and no one believed. only jeff besos believing that e-commerce could work and they just stuck it out and now people believe in him so much they're willing to tolerate some of these losses. >> is it an important model for other
FOX News
Oct 20, 2013 12:00pm PDT
out for higher taxes. >> kim, are you as pessimistic as steve -- >> when has president obama ever put any serious entitlement reform on the table? this is the ultimate unicorn. it doesn't exist. >> kim, are you as pass mystic as r as our two friends here? >> the president already came out and said more revenue, an instant deal killer. the question is whether he'll be able to move on some of his own entitlement reform proposals. >>> still ahead, it's been almost three weeks since the affordable care act's health care exchanges went live. after a very rocky rollout, have things gotten any better and who should take responsibility for the mess? n't relieve all your symptoms. new alka seltzer plus-d relieves more sinus symptoms than any other behind the counter liquid gel. oh what a relief it is. the physical damage was pretty bad. the emotional toll was even worse. our daughter had nightmares. what that robber really took from us was our peace of mind. with adt, we got it back. [ male announcer ] every 14.6 seconds, a burglary takes place in the united states. so rely on the fast alarm r
MSNBC
Oct 15, 2013 3:00am PDT
former communications director for george bush, nicole wallace. we have steve rattner. in washington, my only friend in the world that takes ambien, former "new york times" report er -- >> tuesday most red sox -- >> it is tuesday. >> justin verlander. seriously. >> i don't take it any more. i haven't for a long time. >> she guzzles cough syrup. >> i'm tired of the shutdown. >> your ambien comments all linked together. have you seen that? >> no. but i'll look. >> it's the only thing that comes up when you google my name. thank you very much. >> you should not be googling themselves. >> all that hard work on capitol hill, working night and day, night and day, bringing the people their news for the "new york times" and mika here has tied the ambien -- >> why is it googling your name. >> let's talk about the news. >> let's change the subject. >> why don't you ask jeremy if he sees any movement on capitol hill. >> jeremy, once this thing ends, it's so embarrassing. i was talking to my dad yesterday. is there any safety net? i cannot believe. what happens if congress can't do what it's suppose
FOX
Oct 16, 2013 7:00am PDT
morning. you are looking at a live picture from the fremont b.a.r.t. station where steve will be happy to learn, it's 57 degrees. another morning, another uncertain commute. no strike deadline but also no labor deal in place. the latest in the ongoing negotiations coming up in a live report. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm brian flores. dave clark has the morning off. let's get your wednesday started with weather and traffic. >>> steve? >> everything is clear right now. sunny and warm. it will be cooler tomorrow. some fog will start to turn to the coast as a weak system brushes us. by the weekend, it looks like we're back to a hint of a northerly breeze. this is beginning to form fog off the coast. 37 santa rosa to 57 san francisco. so 20-degree spread. most locations in the 40s or very low 50s. not much of a breeze. there is a slight offshore component. we'll go 80. it's already 59 in some areas. 37 in ukiah. 33 in clearlake. 28 in tahoe. sunshine and warm temperatures win out and then cooler from the system coming in tomorrow. a lot of sunshine. be
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